To our Veterans, service members, and families. Your recovery is our purpose. We are here to support you and your family with every step to help you recover, flourish, and discover a sense of community. Our dedication is to provide the right services and partner programs to each and every serviceman and woman who comes to our door.
Niki Falzone Director of Operations & Veteran Services of Platoon 22
Niki grew up in Frederick County, Maryland and now reside in Smithsburg with her family. She graduated from Linganore High School, completed her BA at Hood Collee, and later earned her MBA from Mount St Mary’s University. After college, Niki served in the United States Marine Corps as an intelligence analyst supporting Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3 in Twentynine Palms, CA. During her service she served in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.
Upon completion of active-duty serve, Niki returned to Maryland working in housing and support of active-duty service members and their families. Her passion for the military and public service made the transition to Platoon 22 the perfect next step. Niki’s involvement started with volunteering and as a member of the Board of Directors, and later transitioning into her Associate Director role. Niki enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, especially anything outdoors.
Holly Schor Vice President of Operations, Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley
Holly Schor is the Vice President of Operations for Goodwill Industries of Monocacy Valley, serving Frederick and Carroll County. Holly has been with the Goodwill family since 2011 and joined the Frederick team in 2020 to support the merger between Goodwill of Monocacy Valley and Goodwill of Central and Northern AZ. Her recent leadership efforts include rebuilding a new mission services experience in Maryland and creating an inviting work culture for Goodwill of Monocacy Valley team members.
Holly is both personally and professionally aligned with the mission of Goodwill of Empowering Individuals, Strengthening Families, and Building Stronger Communities. At an early age, Holly learned how the power of work could create a lasting impact on a family. Watching her father struggle for years with significant barriers, she has made it her mission to redefine how people connect to work.
As the daughter and granddaughter of Veterans, Holly is honored to be a part of bringing the Veteran Services Center vision to life.